Although a Jersey Girl at heart, Maxx has found a new home in Northern Colorado since joining New Country 99.1. Maxx first left her Jersey roots to attend the University of Alabama in 2016, where she fell in love with radio and began to pursue a career as an on-air host. She might be a new resident of NoCo but she is no stranger to the Rocky Mountain State; Since traveling here as a young girl, Maxx has always preferred the mountains over the beach, and scenic hikes over walks on the sand. If she’s not in the studio, it’s safe to assume that Maxx is either chasing down sunsets or binge watching the latest episodes of Real Housewives. Catch her soon on New Country 99.1.
Screws Blow Out Tires On 36 Vehicles On Colorado’s I-70
CSP says someone carrying a box of screws lost them along I-70 on Monday afternoon near Lookout Mountain - causing dozens of cars blew their tires.
Larimer County Hits 16 COVID-19 Deaths In January, Adds New Cases
With two additional deaths added to Larimer County's cumulative tally, the county has now recorded 173 deaths since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two Sexually Violent Predators Now Living In Weld County
The Weld County Sheriff's Office notified the public of two sexually violent predators now living within Weld County in a Facebook post on Friday (Jan. 8).
Larimer County Records 14 COVID-19 Deaths Since January 1
Between Jan. 1 and Jan. 6, 8 Loveland residents, 5 Fort Collins residents and one Berthoud resident have died from from COVID-19.
Colorado Confirms New, Probable Cases Of New COVID-19 Strain
The CDC believes that the new variant strain could be more contagious than previous strains of the novel coronavirus, but does not lead to more severe symptoms.
Missing Fort Collins Woman’s Vehicle Found Near Hiking Trail
Christine Cummings was last known to be at her Fort Collins residence on Dec. 29 and was reported missing by a relative on Jan. 1.
Greeley Man Killed New Years Weekend Identified
According to the Greeley Tribune, the Weld County Coroner's Office identified the man on Tuesday (Jan. 5) as 36-year-old Timothy Trey Maloney.
Larimer County Records 3 New COVID-19 Deaths, 40 New Cases
The Larimer County Department of Health added 3 new COVID-19 related deaths to its cumulative tally on Monday (Jan. 4), bringing the county's death toll since the start of the pandemic to 154.
Greeley Man Facing DUI Charges After Crash In Parking Lot
A Greeley man is facing multiple charges after the Greeley Fire Department rescued him from his vehicle following a suspected drunk-driving crash on Sunday afternoon.
Larimer County Records 70 COVID-19 Deaths In December
The deaths accounted for in December make up 46% of all COVID-19 related deaths in Larimer County and equate to more than three times the 22 deaths reported in November, the county's second deadliest month of the pandemic.
Gov. Polis Announces Loosening Of COVID-19 Restrictions
In light of the progress the state is making with fighting COVID-19, the governor has requested that CDPHE move all counties in Red on the dial to Orange-level restrictions, effective Monday, Jan. 4.
Larimer County Adds 7 More COVID Deaths, Including A 30-Year-Old
According to data from the Larimer County Department of Health's website, although more than half of those who died were 85 years of age or older, 3 of the deaths reported since Sunday have been Fort Collins women under 60 — a 58-year-old, a 47-year-old and a 30-year-old.